Suede and Let Me In

With John Wilson, including an interview with Brett Anderson and Mat Osman from the re-formed band Suede as they release an album of their remastered hits.

Antonia Quirke reviews the Hammer Films remake of the acclaimed Swedish vampire movie Let the Right One In.

Historian Tom Holland reviews a new British Museum exhibition which explores ancient Egyptian beliefs about life after death through displays of rare and fragile papyri.

Architectural historian Gavin Stamp has written a book lamenting the destruction of many Victorian buildings; architectural writer Owen Hatherley's new book questions the reality behind claims made about recent urban regeneration schemes. They discuss the state of urban architecture today - and asks how the recession will affect cities' development plans.

Producer Jack Soper.

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Tue 2 Nov 2010 19:15

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